Dr. Katharine Wiley is an audiologist practicing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Dr. Wiley evaluates, diagnoses and treats hearing loss, balance issues and tinnitus. Audiologists can care for patients of all ages and treat almost all types of hearing loss. As an audiologist, Dr. Wiley takes part in services like prescribing and fitting hearing aids, recommending assisted listening devices and providing hearing rehabilitation. Audiologists can work in a number of settings such as hospitals, schools, clinics, private practices as well as government, military and VA hospitals.
Katharine O. Wiley, BCHIS's Expert Contributions
I would suggest that you have your daughter's hearing tested. Have an audiologist check her hearing and evaluate her ears for wax or blockage. Does she appear to speak loudly to you as well? Does she play with her brother, and in her excitement increase her volume? That part would be normal, but the constant loud voice may mean she is having trouble with her hearing. READ MORE
What do you attribute your success to?
- She lost so much of her hearing when she was only 9 years old due to German Measles and Mumps. She attributes her success to Faith and her compassion to help others
Favorite professional publications
- The Monthly Hearing Journal
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